|[B-roll money exchange, garbage, privatized garbage bins in Delhi] - Chintan|
[PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION]Various b-roll shots. CU of a pair of hands, exchanging and counting money. Shot of overflowing private garbage bin for "Bio Degradable" waste, with piles of garbage strewn around it. Pan to street next to bin. Another shot of overflowing garbage bin, for "Non Bio Degradable" waste. Pan to garbage strewn all around the bin, including plant matter, plastic bags, food waste. CU to sign indicating that bin belongs to RAMK Group.
Keywords: Street Scenes; Wastepickers; Asia; India; Delhi
|Counterbalance. - Chintan / WITNESS|
Every day, tens of thousands of waste pickers and waste recyclers in Delhi earn their income from collecting, selling, and recycling trash. Their work, measured to be highly efficient, has not only been undervalued but even marginalized with the introduction of large private companies. This is the true story of two municipalities in Delhi: one that has incorporated the work of the waste recyclers as part of the formal waste system, while the other has taken another direction.RT: 14:14 (English v...
Keywords: Community Organizing; Garbage; Informal Sector; Labor/Employment; Sanitation; Wastepickers; India; Delhi; Asia